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Ramanas Rose (rosa rugosa) hedge or shrub plant SORRY SOLD OUT UNTIL OCT 2017 Ramanas Rose (rosa rugosa) hedge or shrub plant SORRY SOLD OUT UNTIL OCT 2017

Hedges are usually planted to define property boundaries and provide privacy or to give shelter from prevailing winds. They can be formal, such as clipped Buxus (box), Taxus (yew) and Fagus (beech) or informal with colourful foliage or flowers, like Viburnum or Crataegus (hawthorn).  Conifers are also popular choices, Lawso...[more]


Purple Beech (fagus sylvatica purpurea) hedging plants or tree Purple Beech (fagus sylvatica purpurea) hedging plants or tree

The purple beech is grown for its superb foliage and is a beautiful relatively fast growing hedge plant in formal situations. The foliage flushes out bright purple/russet red shades in spring and again after a midsummer trim. Beech is deciduous, but will hold its copper coloured winter leaves, which stay on the plant until pushed off b...[more]


Hawthorn, quickthorn (crataegus monogyna) native hedging plants **Superb Security Hedging** Hawthorn, quickthorn (crataegus monogyna) native hedging plants **Superb Security Hedging**

Buy Hawthorn hedging also known as Quickthorn or even Whitethorn has been the universal rural hedging plant since the time of the Enclosure Acts in Britain.Fast growing with dark glossy green leaves.In spring,clusters of scented white flowers burst into leaf within a few days of the initial buds appearing.As a ...[more]


Laurel (prunus laurocerasus) evergreen  hedging plants Laurel (prunus laurocerasus) evergreen hedging plants

 Laurel (Prunus Laurocerasus) is one of the most regularly used plants for hedging as it is fast growing, dense and evergreen. Clusters of fragrant white flowers are produced in spring and contrast well with glossy dark green leaves. Red berries are occasionally produced in autumn although can be harmful if eaten.  more]


Shrub Honeysuckle (lonicera nitida) hedging plants or shrub.Fast growing, dense hedging. Shrub Honeysuckle (lonicera nitida) hedging plants or shrub.Fast growing, dense hedging.

  1. Lonicera - Shrub Honeysuckle , this ever green hedge plant has small leaves and make good relatively easy maintained hedges. It is dense and may be clipped to any size. It has become very popular used as a low screen and windbreak. Yellow flowers appear in pairs in April, followed by purple fruits , berries.   
A close relative of the sweet-scented climbing honeysuc...[more]


Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea bare root hedging plants or shrub (red leaved) Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea bare root hedging plants or shrub (red leaved)

MAKES GOOD SECURITY HEDGE

Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea are compact and slow growing,so ideal for low but superb prickly/security hedges. Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea has red leaves and Berberis Thu...[more]


Western Red Cedar (thuja plicata) fast growing hedge or tree plant.GOOD FOR SCREENING,privacy garden trees Western Red Cedar (thuja plicata) fast growing hedge or tree plant.GOOD FOR SCREENING,privacy garden trees


GOOD EVERGREEN HEDGING PLANT OR SINGLE SPECIMEN TREE

Western Red Cedar. Western red cedar is excellent hedging for privacy and wind breaks, growing at a rate of 60cm per year approximately. An evergreenmore]


Wych Elm tree (Ulmas Glabra) Wych Elm tree (Ulmas Glabra)

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Wych Elm (Ulmas Glabra) is a hardy native Elm that can be used as a hedge plant. As a hedge can be clipped which looks great in summer with its lush, big serrated leaves, in autumn turning distinctive yellow. 
Wy...[more]


Green Beech(fagus sylvatica) tree or excellent as hedging retains golden leaves in winter. Green Beech(fagus sylvatica) tree or excellent as hedging retains golden leaves in winter.

GOOD NATIVE HEDGING or TREE

Green Native Beech bare root hedging has fantastic foliage in the autumn months. Beech can form dense hedges that are fast growing (will grow at rate...[more]


Blackthorn (Sloe) bare root  native hedging plants **Security Proof has StrongThorns** Blackthorn (Sloe) bare root native hedging plants **Security Proof has StrongThorns**

Blackthorn hedge has dark strong thorns making it a perfect barrier against unwanted pets and visitors.Beautiful white flowers are produced in early spring, followed by Sloe berries that ripen to a deep purple in colour in the autumn.Eaten eagerly by most animals and larger birds through the winter.

Native plant often found in hedgerows or as a larg...[more]


BOX  hedging plant topiary or shrub (buxus sempervirens) BOX hedging plant topiary or shrub (buxus sempervirens)

Box, evergreen hedging plants has quite a slow growth rate. Small, glossy leaves of the boxwood make it ideal for low hedges. Hardy native evergreen hedge with fragrant yellow flowers appearing in late spring.

Making Box Topiary- When starting ...[more]


Common Yew (Taxus Baccata) evergreen hedging plants or tree Common Yew (Taxus Baccata) evergreen hedging plants or tree

English Yew makes a dense, dark green hedge with bright fruits making it attractive to the birds.Easy maintained as an attractive evergreen boundary hedge.Harmful to humans,pets and live stock.

The yew is native to Europe (including Britain), North Africa and West Asia. It makes a rounded medium sized tree with a short but massive bole. Often...[more]


BERBERIS Thunbergii garden hedging plants or shrub (green leaved) BERBERIS Thunbergii garden hedging plants or shrub (green leaved)

Berberis Thunbergii are compact and slow growing,so ideal for low but superb prickly hedges. Berberis Thunbergii has green leaves and Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea has purple leaves. Producing clusters of very small oval shaped leaves with pale yellow flowers.Both...[more]


Field Maple (acer campestre) native  plants or tree.Good Autumn Colour. Field Maple (acer campestre) native plants or tree.Good Autumn Colour.

Field Maple is the only UK native maple.  Excellent as hedging or as a garden tree.  It has bright green leaves with red tinges in summer and fantastic stunning yellow colours in autumn.Very good for area of the garden that need some autumn colours. 

Widely planted in gardens and parks for its good compact habit,...[more]


Hazel (corylus avellana) native hedging plants or tree Hazel (corylus avellana) native hedging plants or tree

British native hazel is exceptionally valuable for wildlife and habitat conservation. Hazel is also very much sought after when it comes to hedging as it is compact neat and easy to maintain and again wildlife friendly. The flowers are produced very early in spring before the leaves. The male catkins are pale yellow and long , and the female one...[more]


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